Doc Turner’s Murder Mask
from the December 1934 issue of The Spider magazine
Death strikes with living flame on Morris Street — leaving no sign save charred, battered human wrecks to mark its passing. And Doc Turner, stalking the killer, becomes himself, a fugitive from the law!
Doc Turner — Papaloi!
from the January 1935 issue of The Spider magazine
The blood-greedy gods of the jungle claimed Morris Street’s black citizens for their own — until Doc Turner brewed a witch-poison stronger than their murder-lust...
Doc Turner and the Whispering Death
from the February 1935 issue of The Spider magazine
The dead man clutched only a scrap of paper, yet it was a message which sent Doc Turner to the eerie house where fear lived and death prowled the darkened halls on silent feet...!
Doc Turner’s Murder Medicine
from the November 1935 issue of The Spider magazine
Each week-end brought death and new terror to teeming Morris Street... and what chance had the little gray druggist to protect his people from that hidden hand of murder-madness?
Doc Turner — Witch-Bait
from the December 1935 issue of The Spider magazine
Doc Turner challenged the grim peril haunting Morris Street — pitting his feeble strength and courageous kindness against old-world fears and an ugly death!
Doc Turner’s Bottle Trap
from the January 1936 issue of The Spider magazine
They were two old fools, most people agreed. But they were willing to die for the teeming humanity on Morris Street!
Doc Turner’s Love Dream
from the February 1936 issue of The Spider magazine
Cocaine — in a schoolboy’s chewing gum — led Doc Turner into the dreamy warmth of his youth, and back again to the imperative, squalid present...
Doc Turner’s Kidnap Cure
from the March 1936 issue of The Spider magazine
Doc Turner could not foresee that a piece of paper and a drug-injection would nearly make him cold beef on a butcher’s block!